How to interpret the results of the 2013 Canadian census

The new census data released this week is full of surprises and surprises.

Some of the big ones are the fact that there were no longer any women or minority communities in the census.

And the fact is that the largest minority communities were concentrated in Quebec.

As a result, the largest number of people were actually counted in Canada’s largest city, Toronto.

Statistics Canada is releasing data about the population in Canada for the first time in more than 20 years.

There were almost 5 million people in Canada at the end of the census, compared to about 6.6 million at the time of the last census in 2006.

Statistics Minister Jean-Yves Duclos said the government is looking at the census data in an effort to provide a more complete picture of Canada’s population.

“What we’re really looking at is a snapshot of the country and how we measure up,” Duclo said Thursday.

“We’re not really looking for anything more than that.”

The census data comes as Statistics Canada prepares to release its latest report on the economy, which looks at trends in employment, population and poverty levels.

The report, to be released on Monday, looks at the state of the Canadian economy, and how it compares to other nations.

As part of that report, Statistics Canada will also look at how Canadians are living longer, and whether the government can find solutions to help Canadians achieve the goal of keeping their population below the replacement level by 2050.

The number of census takers has been steadily declining over the past decade, as Canada has been losing people in the labour force, which is the number of working people who are not working full time.

The latest figures, released Wednesday, show that only 1.1 million Canadians were taking the census in 2013, down from 2.5 million in 2006 and 4.5 to 5.9 million in 2015.

Statistics can provide a snapshot into the economic state of Canada and the health of our society, Ducl, the minister responsible for the census said Thursday in an interview.

The government will also be releasing a new set of data that includes information about the gender breakdown of Canada, the total number of Aboriginal people, the number and percentage of people who identify as LGBTQ and the number who are unemployed.

Ducl said he hopes the census results will help Canadians better understand how the country is doing.

“It’s an important data point that tells you that we’re making progress and we’re trying to get back on track,” he said.

The federal government also announced Thursday it will be releasing another set of statistics on the health and well-being of Canadians in 2021.

The health survey, which includes information on smoking and physical inactivity, will be available in 2018.

The Statistics Canada release will be the first of a series of annual reports that will provide Canadians with a more comprehensive look at the country’s health and wellbeing, DuClos said.